America’s Oldest City | St Augustine, Florida 48 Comments / By zyulkyar / July 13, 2020 St. Augustine in Florida is the Oldest City in the USA. Founded by Spanish Conquistador Ponce de Leon on his search for the fountain of youth, Alex and Marko … Related
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Great video! We recently visited and made a video about Saint Augustine! What a beautiful little city!
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OMG the food looks amazing. I had no idea St. Augustine was so cool. Looks like I'll be going. Thanks for sharing.
I speak pirate,Arrrgu
I dream of this place
I was born 8-13 so I feel connected to it Real life mystic falls
The oldest city is in Alabama
Haunted, evil place. I live here and have seen some things I can't explain.
Very nice video. Well done .Thank you
Actually The oldest city in America was at Cahokia Mounds in Illinois.
you guys should go to keywest next
After finding your channel not even 3 weeks ago and binge watching it. Your channel should be called food porn.
Wish I could have spent more time. I’m uploading my video now
If u wann get million views u guys suppose to visit Istanbul
The best pace ever been in USA
Very well done. I love this area and you gave a terrific overview in an entertaining way. I want to move to Saint A!
VERY INFORMATIVE, THANK YOU FOR THE TOUR OF MY NEXT ADVENTURE! GREAT WORK.
I have been to St. Augustine multiple times! Such a beautiful place to go to!
I thought nobody knew what st.aug was I live here so it’s weird to me
Make the Spanish Empire Great Again
I was born there
I used to live there
Who is the music from in the video. In particular that My Life Sample?! Talk about AWESOME!
i live in saint augustine and it is boring as hell like its not fun if you want something to consistently do but its alright for a one time trip
The oldest city in America is Mexico City (1325). You meant oldest city in the United States.
I been to the oldest city then to Haiti then to Jamaica then to Mexico then Back
Not English, nor French not even Dutch but SPANISH
Who else lives in st.augustine and knew every where there were😂
St. Augustine: I’m the oldest city in America ever!Pensacola: allow me to introduce myself
When the Pilgrims landed on Plymouth Rock, Saint Augustine was up for urban renewal.
I thought the oldest city of the US was Winthrop. massachusetts
I'm a Tampa resident but I've been here before. I went to the Castillo De San Marcos and took a boat to Fort Matanzas.
Can I get the song list? Love the music
i live here in st augustine and i didn’t even know all these facts 😂🤦🏻♂️
My favorite city ever❤️ it’s incredibly beautiful, the history is insane, and it’s 100% definitely haunted.😅
Santa Elena was the original capital of La Florida. Unfortunately, it is just a bunch of remains on Perris Island in South Carolina built over the earlier French Huegenot fort known as Charles Fort. It too, like Charlestons is l loaded with pirate history with Port Royal Sound and Island mentioned in Captain Johnson's: 'A General History of Pyrates.'
❤ Nice vid, man. Thank you for rewinded back sweet memory. I was there in 2013.
My new favored Channel, love the history lesson.❤️🤗👌🏾
They said European at least a couple times . Other than that pick any town in Alaska after the Asians crossed the land bridge as the actual oldest .
Who else lives in Florida . But is going on a school trip and is so exited that they are watching vids . To know more about the place #Florida 🦄💎🦄💎🦄💎🦄💎🦄💎🦄💎
Where are the old english forts in USA? Ah, yes! they made them whit wood… ^^
Too bad you missed the old hospital. It's pretty cool. https://youtu.be/uAK4NWjvzt8
My wife and I are from the UK, we were staying in the Orlando area in September 2018. We drove up to St Augustine and spent two nights there, we loved it, such a great and relaxing place. Also saw a magnificent Atlantic sunrise by a fire station on the coastal road. Loved it and will return.
Hello from Brazil, guys, how are you? Please, let me know if you have the script of this video… I need to explore it with my students who will go to saint augustine in their next vacation… Thanks
I love this place it truly feels like your in a old village or something!
Thank you for visiting our fine city and beaches…🐚🌊